Cory A. Mills
cmills@lexonlawyers.com

A Lawyer with over ten years experience, Cory A. Mills has practised in the areas of Litigation, Business law, Wills and Real Estate law in multiple jurisdictions including Ontario, Canada. Additionally, he has had previous experience in Human Rights Law, attending many international conferences on this area.

Mr. Mills is currently a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and practices primarily in the General Toronto Area (GTA) as well as in the Peel and Halton Regions.

The hallmark of this practice is an emphasis on building good relationships through the offering of high quality service at a reasonable price. Clients are never just a number.

 

Keisha-Ann Shaw Hill
kshawhill@lexonlawyers.com

Keisha has practised as a lawyer for over 7 years. She currently practices in the areas of Real Estate, Wills & Estate planning, Corporate/Commercial, Municipal and Civil Litigation.

Keisha previously worked as a condominium / development lawyer in a previous jurisdiction, where she provided a full range of legal services to her developer clients, including, applying for municipal permits��for construction and appealing municipal decisions. She also enjoyed a thriving residential real estate practice, where she assisted clients with purchasing, selling and re-financing their homes. After joining the Ontario bar, Keisha continued her residential real estate practice, joining a prominent Barrie firm as an associate in its real estate department.

As a former In-house Counsel for the Town of Innisfil, one of the largest municipalities in Simcoe county, Keisha developed a wealth of expertise in all matters relating to land development, commercial real estate, planning, procurement, civil litigation and general municipal matters.

Keisha is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association, the Simcoe County Law Association, the Barrie Real Estate Lawyers’ Association, the Jamaica Bar Association and the Rotary Club of Innisfil.

Keisha attended the University of Toronto’s Internationally Trained Lawyers’ Program (ITLP), and is proud to be the first call to the bar for the ITLP.